But despite the uncertainty around the impact of lead, not all families are worried.
Jacque and Bernard Gillic, with their three children, said they were not worried about lead levels. Two-year-old Evieanna Gillic has had the finger prick test when her parents take her for immunisations.
And the Gillics aren't. A James Cook University study into community awareness has found half the parents surveyed don't see lead as a health risk.
Dr Fatima said this perception came from a belief in parents that they are managing Mutually rewarding massage Baltimore risk. The mine is barely ever out of sight in Mount Isa, even from parks where children play.
Ms Chanaria cleans her month-old daughter Myra's hands.
ABC News: Harriet Tatham "It would be much simpler and fairer to prevent the contamination from leaving the facility in the first place. Her friend Nandini Nair said she's very worried about the lead levels of her month-old son Dev.
Nandini Nair hasn't yet checked the blood lead levels of her son Iso Jersey queen this weekend but says she's concerned. ABC News: Harriet Tatham She also follows the advice about mitigating the risks of lead but said it's very difficult to stop a toddler playing on the ground and putting their hands in their mouth.
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The report also found inhaling lead in the air was a relatively small risk and that "the major source of lead exposure was via ingestion in the community and was from air particles that were on the ground from deposition as fallout".
It identified small children as the most vulnerable to the heavy metal, because They love each other could cause ificant health impacts, including impairing their development. The report also found mine emissions could travel for kilometres right across the north-west Queensland city. The mine's chief operating officer, Mike Westerman, who lives in the city with his children, said it was a safe place to live if people did the right thing.
She fights a constant battle to keep on top of the dust outside, while inside her house she wet-wipes her home and keeps the windows shut. But she Meet for sex Wirral there were doubts. Olivia Davis fights a constant battle to keep on top of the dust at her house.
ABC News: Donna Field Hope for less invasive test for residents A survey of the city's children nine years ago found more than 10 per cent had concerning blood lead levels. Since then, the mine has reduced emissions markedly and also pays for people to have their children tested for lead, but very few.